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Mbembe A. A la lisière du monde. Frontières, territorialité et souveraineté en Afrique. Le territoire est mort vive les territoires. Paris: IDR. 2005:47-77.
Lee CJ. The 'Native' Undefined: Colonial Categories, Anglo-African Status, and the Politics of Kinship in British Central Africa, 1929-1938. The Journal of African History. 2005;46:455-478.
Duff S.. 'Oh! for a blessing on Africa and America', the Mount Holyoke system and the Huguenot Seminary, 1874 - 1885. New Contree. 2005;50:21-45.
Klaaren J. A Second Look at the South African Human Rights Commission, Access to Information, and the Promotion of Socioeconomic Rights. Human Rights Quarterly. 2005;27:539-561.
Hoad NW, Martin K, Reid G. Sex and politics in South Africa. Double Storey Books; 2005.
Nuttall S. The Shock of Beauty: Penny Siopis' Pinky Pinky and Shame Series. In: Penny Siopis. Johannesburg: Goodman Gallery Editions; 2005.
Burns C. Silencing the Present. passages. 2005;(June).
Klaaren J. South African Human Rights Commission. In: Woolman S, editor. Constitutional Law of South Africa. 2nd Revised & enlarged edition. Kenwyn, South Africa: Juta Legal and Academic Publishers; 2005. 2. p. 24C-1p. to p. 24C-19p.
Nkosi L, Stiebel L. Still beating the drum: critical perspectives on Lewis Nkosi. Vol 81. Rodopi Bv Editions; 2005.
Lee CJ. Subaltern Studies and African Studies. History Compass. 2005;3:1-13.
Nuttall S. Subjectivities of Whiteness. In: Rethinking Settler Colonialism. Manchester: Manchester University Press; 2005.
Lee CJ. The Uses of the Comparative Imagination: South African History and World History in the Political Consciousness and Strategy of the South African Left, 1943–1959. Radical History Review. 2005;92:31-61.
Breckenridge K. Verwoerd's Bureau of Proof: Total Information in the Making of Apartheid. History Workshop Journal. 2005;59:83-109.
Duff S.. “Writing on the face of architecture”: Travel and translation in Robert Byron's The Road to Oxiana. English Academy Review. 2005;22:89-99.
Mbembe A. Aesthetics of superfluity. Public culture. 2004;16(3):373-405.
Sideris T. Boas Mabiza and the long walk to freedom : the diary of an abused and neglected boy as a 'potential space' - implications for therapeutic practice. Psycho-analytic Psychotherapy in South Africa. 2004;12:72-86.
Nuttall S. Bodiographies: Writing the Flesh in Arthur Nortje. In: Arthur Nortje, Poet and South African: New critical and contextual essays. Pretoria: Unisa Press; 2004.
Nuttall S. City forms and writing the ‘now’ in South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies. 2004;30:731-748.
Burns C. Controlling Birth: Johannesburg, 1920–1960. South African Historical Journal. 2004;50(1):170-198.
Chari S. Fraternal capital: peasant-workers, self-made men, and globalization in provincial India. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press; 2004.
Nuttall S. Girl Bodies. Social Text. 2004;78:17-33.
Keywords: Experience. Mbembe A, editor. New York: Other Press; 2004. (The keywords series).
Sideris T. Men, Identity and Power. A Case Study of the Re-Invention of 'Tradition': Implications for Involving Men in Training and Education about Gender. Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. 2004:88-93.
Lee CJ. Power Rarely Fails. Safundi. 2004;5:1-6.
Breckenridge K. Promiscuous Method: The Historiographical Effects of the Search for the Rural Origins of the Urban Working Class in South Africa. International Labor and Working-Class History. 2004;65:26-49.
Lee CJ. South Africa, Israel-Palestine, and the Contours of the Contemporary World Order. Safundi. 2004;5:1-16.
Nuttall S. Stylizing the Self: The Y Generation in Rosebank, Johannesburg. Public Culture. 2004;16:430-452.
Klaaren J, Rutinwa B. Towards the Harmonization of Immigration and Refugee Law in SADC: MIDSA Report Number 1.; 2004.
Walker L, Reid G, Cornell M. Waiting to happen: HIV/AIDS in South Africa: The bigger picture. Lynne Rienner Publishers Boulder, CO; 2004.
Mbembe A, Nuttall S. Writing the world from an African metropolis. Public culture. 2004;16(3):347-372.
Mbembe A, Nuttall S. Writing the World from an African Metropolis. Public Culture. 2004;16:347-372.
Sideris T. “You have to change and you don't know how!”: Contesting what it means to be a man in a rural area of South Africa. African Studies. 2004;63:29-49.
Commissioning the Past: Understanding South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Posel D, Simpson G, editors. Witwatersrand University Press; 2003.
Burns C. Louisa Mvemve: A "Little Woman's" Advice to the Public. Feminist Press; 2003.
Mbembe A, Meintjes L. Necropolitics. Public culture. 2003;15(1):11-40.
Klaaren J. The Promotion of Access to and Protection of National Security Information in South Africa. Center for the Study of Law and Society Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program. 2003.
Sideris T. War, gender and culture: Mozambican women refugees. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 2003;56:713-724.
Klaaren J, Penfold G. Access to Information. In: Woolman S, editor. Constitutional Law of South Africa. 2nd Revised & enlarged edition. Kenwyn, South Africa: Juta Legal and Academic Publishers; 2002. 6. p. 62-1p. to p. 62-24p.
Mbembe A, Rendall S. African modes of self-writing. Public culture. 2002;14(1):239-273.
Burns C. A Commentary on the Colloquium Instituting Gender Equality in Schools: Working in an HIV/AIDS Environment. Agenda. 2002;53:6-10.